What to Watch Today

Ferguson's Last Late Late Show, Race Finale and More

  • CBS
    The Amazing Race

    Season finale: Adam and Bethany, Maya and Amy, Brooke and Robbie and Misti and Jim — which team will own the final leg of the trip and take home the $1 million prize? (Renewed.)

  • TNT
    Christmas in Washington

    Darius Rucker, Hunter Hayes, Christina Perri, Rita Ora and Aloe Blacc perform holiday classics at the annual D.C. concert, which is attended by the Obamas… and possibly airing for the last time?

  • NBC
    Caught on Camera With Nick Cannon

    Alternate title: “Why does every crazy dashboard-cam video come from Eastern Europe?”

  • Showtime
    Showtime Championship Boxing: Stevenson-Sukhotskiy

    Light-heavyweight titleholder Adonis Stevenson goes up against Dmitry Sukhotskiy in Quebec City.

  • CBS
    A Home for the Holidays

    If you’re feeling a wee bit Scroogey, these stories about families who’ve adopted from foster care may ease you into the holiday spirit. The special features appearances by American Idol alum Jennifer Hudson, Scorpion‘s Katharine McPhee, Rixton, Earth Wind & Fire and Biggest Loser‘s Jillian Michaels.

  • PBS
    Christmas With the Mormon Tabernacle Choir

    Soprano Deborah Voigt and John Rhys-Davies (the Lord of the Rings films) join the famed choir and orchestra for a program of holiday favorites.

  • TBS
    Deal With It

    Season finale: Howie Mandel’s prank series wraps with a bit about cuddling parties and an assist from Marlon Wayans (In Living Color). (An additional episode precedes the finale at 9; not yet renewed.)

  • E!
    The Soup

    A conversation-starter for your office holiday party: Who’s more of a diva, Lou the Dog or Giggy Vanderpump?

  • IFC
    Comedy Bang! Bang!

    Season finale: The Lonely Island (AKA Saturday Night Live writer Akiva Schaffer, Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s Andy Samberg and Girls‘ Jorma Taccone) sing a Christmas ditty about being stellar hustlers. (Yes, but are they on a boat?) (Renewed.)

  • CBS
    The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson

    Series finale: Fergy welcomes late-night icon Jay Leno to his final broadcast. (The Late Late Show with James Corden premieres March 23.)